October 26, 2008 Tony Morgan


Perry continued the “Beautiful” series today by addressing some tough topics for women. Here are some of the highlights from today’s message:

  • About his upcoming trip to speak at Hillsong in Australia: “I know they speak English, but do they understand redneck?”
  • “You need to stop focusing on your ‘but’ this morning.”
  • “The biggest barrier to other people seeing the beauty God has put in you may be you.”
  • “You have underestimated the value of your character in other people seeing the beauty in you.”
  • “To the single guys here looking for a wife, my advice to you is to grow a set.”
  • “There are way too many Christian eunuchs in the church today.”
  • “If you take a girl to a movie on the first date, you are a loser.”
  • All the words of Jesus do not bring me comfort… Some are convicting.”
  • On women talking to their husbands: “When you talk to him, you either have the goal of beating him down or building him up.”
  • On women in encourage gossip: “You’re a garbage dump… The only reason women bring you their trash is because you’ll receive it.”
  • “How you talk about him is a direct reflection of your character.”
  • “It’s his job to pursue you. It’s your job to lift him up.”
  • “His prayer for you is ‘God, make her dirty. Amen.'”
  • “The biggest problem men have is pride. The biggest problem women have is their unwillingness to forgive their husbands.”
  • “You don’t remind him of Jesus. You remind him of Satan because you’re always bringing up his past.”
  • “God may not be getting his attention because you’re jumping in trying to play the role of the Holy Spirit… You’re a nagging wife.”
  • “Start asking: ‘God, what is it you want to do in me?'”
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Tony Morgan

Tony Morgan

Tony is the Chief Strategic Officer and founder of The Unstuck Group. For 14 years, Tony served on the senior leadership teams at West Ridge Church (Dallas, GA), NewSpring Church (Anderson, SC) and Granger Community Church (Granger, IN). He's written several books and articles that have been featured with the Willow Creek Association, Catalyst and Pastors.com.
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